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Synonyms for polyp

a small vascular growth on the surface of a mucous membrane

one of two forms that coelenterates take (e.g. a hydra or coral): usually sedentary with a hollow cylindrical body usually with a ring of tentacles around the mouth

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In a total of 174 patients presented, cervical lesions (associated with HPV) were diagnosed as chronic cervicitis, cervical polyp and squamous cell carcinoma of cervix.
Presentation of renal cell carcinoma as cervical polyp metastasis.
y n = 7 n = 7 n = 6 1 Myometrium 48 Pos Pos 2 Myometrium 26 Neg Neg Neg 3 Cervix 48 Pos Pos Pos 4 Cervical polyp 42 Neg Pos Pos 5 Endometrium 32 N/A Pos Neg 6 Fallopian tube 25 Pos Pos Neg 7 Myometrium 52 Pos Neg N/A 8 Myometrium 40 Pos N/A N/A Analyzed, No.
Protruding giant cervical polyp in a young adolescent with previous rhabdomyosarcoma.
It could also be due to a cervical polyp, especially when bleeding occurs after sex.
DISCUSSION: The present case was the only case of giant cervical polyp in our center over last 9 years, thus reaffirming its rarity observed by previous workers.
Patients with unhealthy cervix diagnosed by speculm examination like, cervical erosion, cervical polyp, condylomas.
All specimens mentioned as cervical polyp on gross or per speculum examination were included in the study.
This resulted in not addressing and analyzing the numerous other reasons that we carry out bimanual exams; for example, detection of myomas, urinary incontinence, pelvic floor support or lack thereof, cervical polyps, vaginal wall growths, and adnexal pain and masses with the potential of indicating pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, and ovarian cysts.
A total of 394 consecutive Caucasian women underwent hysteroscopy to assess abnormal uterine bleeding, infertility, cervical polyps, or abnormal sonographic patterns (e.
Johnson, the technique can identify cervical polyps, fistulas, congenital vaginal septa, vaginal cysts, vaginal ulcers, and other conditions that other-wise could go undetected.